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Leave your 'mark' on India's legal education and pocket 5000 bucks

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It is a huge idea
And we need someone to capture it all in a neat logo.


The IDIA (Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access to Legal Education) is a project which has taken off. We are receiving immense help and support from various National Law Schools, lawyers, law firms, media and other stakeholders.

Now we are looking for a logo for IDIA; something which tells the 10,000 words of our concept note in a few strokes of pen. The gist of the concept note is this: NLUs are getting increasingly elitist. To combat this IDIA will go all out in helping students from economically poor families, from rural areas and from other disadvantaged sections acquire admission into the top NLUs.

IDIA’s Logo Designing Competition
invites entries from all the creative individuals out there. Entries by law students and lawyers are especially welcome.

There are no eligibility conditions and anyone can send his/her entry. The winner whose logo gets selected will be given Rupees 5000/- as a prize. The copyrights of the logo will be transferred to IDIA.

The last date for submission has been extended to August 10, 2010. We’ll accept logos in any kind of format provided the logo is clear and legible.

You can email your entries to Prof. Shamnad Basheer at 
Or post it to this address:

Shamnad Basheer, Ministry of HRD Professor in IP Law
West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WB NUJS)
NUJS Bhavan, 12 LB BLOCK, Salt Lake City, Sector III
Kolkata ? 700098, India.

Please do send in the following details along with your entry:
Email ID:
Name of the school /college/ place of work:

The announcement was first made on the IDIA blog.

Are you a part of IDIA? Does your college have an IDIA' chapter? Learn how you can launch a chapter at your law college. 

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